indoor air quality
take control of our indoor environment
Indoor Air Quality Products we offer include Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV), Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers,
Air Cleaners, Air Duct UV Light Sanitizers and Thermostats.
Temperature control can be achieved by your furnace or air conditioner. Your thermostat controls the precision of the temperature by “anticipating” when to turn the heat or cool on and off. Newer digital thermostats are better at maintaining temperature within a 1-3° range. Older style thermostats usually let the temperature swing a little more. The less the temperature fluctuates the more comfortable you will feel.
Humidity control can be obtained with a humidifier or a dehumidifier. You can either increase or decrease the relative humidity in your area. Too much humidity (over 70% RH) can harbor mold and promote condensation problems. Too little humidity (under 30% RH) can lead to discomforts such as dry skin, static electricity, and excessive thirst. Around 50% RH is ideal for human comfort. In Michigan anything above 30% RH is usually comfortable, especially in the winter time.
Air filtration for many people is an inexpensive disposable air filter loosely placed in their furnace. The air in your home may contain dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, dust mite feces, and other nasty little things. That disposable air filter only filters out the large stuff that comes in direct contact with it. An air cleaner and a UV light sanitizer can help catch the particulates floating around your home and destroy mold and viruses that may can be present. Currently our our favorite IAQ product is RGF's REME Halo LED.
Let us help you take control of your indoor air quality. Call or email West Climate Control today with your IAQ questions and concerns.
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Our service staff works Monday - Friday from 8am - 4:30pm. After-hours emergency service is available for an additional fee. Our service calls are invoiced time-and-material. All service calls will have a one-hour minimum charge and a truck charge to cover fuel, vehicle maintenance, and miscellaneous shop supplies. We invoice for travel to the job and, when driving extreme distances, to and from the job.